Here's what it is and why it matters.
The new version of Futures Platform introduces a more personalised and simple way of conducting collaborative foresight.
Together, the four different types of Futures Intelligence help us get a comprehensive overview of the probable, plausible and possible futures.
By letting artificial intelligence take care of the research process, organisations can free up a significant amount of time and resources.
There are three key elements to the effective delivery of foresight results - context, continuity and engaging communication.
With the right tools and support networks, large organisations can easily integrate foresight into their processes.
Wild cards and science fiction are key foresight components that enrich our imagination and understanding of possible futures. By studying them, you can increase your future preparedness.
Horizon scanning is the phase of gathering future-related knowledge, which is the first stage of the larger foresight process. It is about being vigilant concerning the changes in one’s environment. The main focus in this category of Futures intelligence is on discontinuities, emerging issues, and weak signals of change.
Scenarios assist in identifying and exploring alternative futures. During scenario building, information about different versions of the future, the present and its change drivers are produced, analysed and built into foresight insights.
Megatrends, trends and change drivers are the staple of any foresight work. Analysing them is the key to understanding future developments.